Like many webby people I am heavily involved in many different projects, experimenting with vaguely technical things. You can see details of these below.

Performer – JavaScript made easy

If you ant to use all these nifty modern JavaScript techniques, but don’t know where to start, or are worried how valid your pages will be when they are full of onclick attributes, worry no more. Just perform your way to happiness.


After looking around for a suitable project management system to fulfil the needs of, I decided it would be better to write my own. So I duly set forth. It was a cold, windy day in November etc … The system allows me to store and manage details for all the projects and clients I work for, and handle all the tasks, bugs and people associated with my projects. Not only that but it allows my clients to take an active role in their projects, being able to add notes and files to the system. Clever, eh? There is more information and a demonstration of the projectGenie system at, if you’re interested.

If you’ve heard of blogs then you’ll know that they have a whole series of buzzwords attached to them, and they allow anybody to write about pretty much anything. After discussion with about how to grow their online community and offer more services was developed. Now in it’s fifth version using the WordPress MU platform, it allows non-technical people to have their own personal website, with many powerful administration features.

WordPress, WordPress MU and BuddyPress development

You may also like to see my freely available plugins for WordPress, WordPress MU and BuddyPress.

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